Receiving inspections include a visual examination and measurement of materials and equipment obtained from suppliers when they arrive at the site. They are performed to verify that the materials received meet design specifications, are free of defects and hove not been damaged in transit.
Surveying will be used to establish horizontal and/or vertical grade control for construction, establish elevation benchmarks, establish the position of remediation and construction areas relative to permanent structures at the job site, establish topography, and determine stockpile or in- place volumes.
Reviews of manufacturer Certificates
Certificates are obtained from suppliers or selected shipments of materials received and are reviewed by the Field Engineer. They include a statement of the requirements which the material must meet, verification that the materials meet the requirements, supporting test results, and the quantity supplied.
Compilation of Checklists
Checklists are required jar critical inspections including preparatory inspections and completion inspection and are filled out during the course of the inspection to document inspection results.
5.2 – SAMPLE IDENTIFICATION NUMBER SYSTEM
Samples will be identified using a dual identification numbering system consisting of a predetermined register number and a site-specific sample identification code. The sample register number is predetermined sequential number assigned to each individual sample, linking to the sample to descriptive information recorded in the field Log book. The pre-printed label will be affixed to the sample container and covered with clear plastic tape
Example: Sample # 0001
Log book Entry: Sample #0001 = Concrete cube test from truck #1 off footing. Sample
Taken on Sept. 15, 2004, Reference Test Results #0001.
Additional information on the sample label will include the date and time the sample was collected, the addition of preservative(if necessary), analysis requested, and the initials of personnel collecting the sample.
5.3 –TESTS AND REPORTING
If field tests or monitoring provide immediate results, the results of both passing and falling tests will be recorded on the QC comments report for that day. When test results are provided at a later date by on off-site laboratory, a copy of the test results will be provided directly to KBR’s representative. The test results will also be reviewed and attached to the QC comments report for that day.